These series of articles will be based on dogs that need rehoming. We’ll be looking at locations all around the UK and showcase some dogs. Then, if you see a pooch that you could potentially give a loving home to, you just have to simply click the link and follow through with normal procedures on the rehoming websites, simple!
First, we’re starting with Spaniel Assist, who are a rescue and rehoming non-profit organisation. They began the group back in July of 2015 and have ever since helped spaniels in need.
Here are some of the spaniels who are in need of you!
— Important and exciting news, Thank you to you guys Coconut has now got a loving and fur-ever home!–
Name: Cute Coconut
Breed: Black and White, Spaniel x Collie
Age: Around 3 years old
Sex: Male – Neutered
Background: Coconut was originally a street dog from Cyprus, he’s very nervous and shy but once in his own environment he gets a lot more comfortable and confident, he loves his walks and is great with other dogs and Coconut loves to play!
Want to find out more about Coconut? CLICK HERE or on Coconut’s picture!
Breed: Brown and White, English Springer Spaniel
Age: 7 years old
Background: Unfortunately, Dolly suffers from slight incontinence but it is controlled by medicine, She may also be a bit of a fusspot but once she’s settled in she loves her comforts and walks. She loves tummy tickles and is an absolute sweetheart, could you adopt this lovely lady?
Want to find out more about Dolly? CLICK HERE or on Dolly’s picture!
— Important and exciting news, Thank you to you guys Brooke and Islay have now got a loving and fur-ever home!–
Name: Brooke (5) and Islay (2)
Breed: Cocker Spaniels
Age: 5 and 2 years old
Background: These sisters Brooke and Islay are great with other dogs, they’re very sweet and loving, although they may be vocal at times they are both perfect little girls. They walk best with a harness and love to be around people!
Want to find out more about Brooke and Islay? CLICK HERE or on their picture!
Could you adopt any of these beautiful pooches? There are still so many on the website so just click here to find out!
If you want to find out more about the organisation visit their website, where you’ll also be able to see how the adoption process works!
Have you heard of Gencon before?
The Gencon gives your perfect control of your pooch and helps regarding pulling. This would be perfect for your two dogs to meet!
Gencon® All-in-1 and Headcollars are made from soft yet durable fabric and are specifically designed not to pull up into your dog’s eyes or uncomfortably turn their head, making them the perfect lead training accessories for grown dogs and puppy walking.
The Gencon consists of two simple loops that apply gentle pressure when your dog pulls, the lead gently but effectively stops your dog pulling forwards.
Don’t believe us? Read this!
Want to see and read more excellent testimonials like this one? Read the rest here.
Can you give any of these pups a fur-ever home? Will you try the Gencon out? Is there any more tips that we should know of?! You can Tweet us; @genconallin1, Facebook us; GenconAllin1 or tell us over on Instagram; @gencon_allin1!
(THIS POST IS NOT SPONSERED BY SPANIEL ASSIST)
Did you know?
The Gencon dog head collar is recommended by The Guild of Dog Trainers
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